AEW All Out 2020: 5 bold predictions including a massive debut

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AEW All Out 2020 is days away, and these five bold predictions could shock us this Saturday when All Elite Wrestling returns to pay-per-view.

AEW All Out 2020 comes to us this Saturday, and we’ve got nine huge matches on the docket for what promises to be a can’t-miss event. Three different championships are on the line and several bitter rivalries may reach their climax.

It’s been two years since the independent wrestling event All In planted the seeds for All Elite Wrestling, and this wild ride has been nothing short of unforgettable. AEW Double or Nothing 2019 was the inaugural pay-per-view event for All Elite Wrestling, and it set the tone with a shockingly magnificent match for the ages between Cody and Dustin Rhodes and the stunning debut of Jon Moxley to close out the evening.

If there’s one thing we’ve been able to count on from AEW so far, it’s high-quality PPVs. AEW All Out 2020 is sure to be no different, but which of these five bold predictions might set the internet on fire by coming true?

1. Hangman Page attacks Kenny Omega before their match and refuses to compete

One of AEW’s longest-tenured storylines has been the growing tension between The Elite’s Hangman Page and Kenny Omega. Well, I suppose now it’s The Elite’s Kenny Omega and ex-Elite member Hangman Page. Going into the early days of AEW, everyone rightly assumed of anyone from The Elite held the AEW World Tag Team Titles, it would be The Young Bucks.

Shockingly, the younger and seemingly mismatched duo of Hangman Page and Kenny Omega slowly began to gel more and more before becoming a much better tag team than most expected. Back at AEW Revolution, they defended their titles against The Young Bucks in what some have called the greatest tag team match of all time.

At the end of that match back in February, we saw the cracks as Hangman Page looked tempted to turn on Kenny Omega. Things have bubbled up more and more on the road to AEW All Out 2020, and Page is finally going to snap. Not merely turning on Omega, and pre-match attack and refusal to compete could leave Kenny Omega alone, or with an impromptu fill-in from The Elite, to defend the titles against FTR.